Question about Husqvarna 28cc Gas Line Trimmer
I have dismantled the trimmer head. However, I cannot workout out to remove the part connected to the output shaft.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not necessarily solving your problem but I've owned 2 335RX brushcutters with shaft bearing problems. Depends on how far up the shaft gets hot. Bearing failure in the centre/upper bearings wouldn't be likely to melt the head. Dealers tell me the product isn't up to the job and don't recommend Husky trimmers/brushcutters to their customers. Husqvarna UK are not interested. Won't buy another Husky. The head may also be short of grease, causing the overheating. Take off the grease bolt and inject some in to see if it helps. If it has been hot enough to melt the plastic head there has probably been damage to bearings and seals. Hope you solve your problem.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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Use a large pair of pliers to hold the turning metal ring above the T35 trimmer head. I used a medium-sized pair of Channel Lock pliers. Then, turn the trimmer head counter-clockwise and it should unscrew from the mount. There's no need to open the trimmer head for this operation. Then, follow the parts diagram in the trimmer user manual to install the blade parts in the right order.
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The drive shaft is not seated into position properly or the shaft has
broken. Have you had the shaft off recently? If so, take the shaft off
again and try to seat the shaft as you gently pull on the rope. If you
need further assistance, just let me know.
If you need further assistance, just let me know.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
here is web site for parts
almost sounds like the driving drum engagement end has rounded off or the end of drive shaft broke off at either end , or the gear head end is broken / damaged
have a look at the splines on the output shaft on the gear head , check the plate that engages those splines too
physicaly take off the tube / shaft assy from power head and check drum and clutch rotating , check drive shaft end (s)
if ok refit tube / shaft assy ( make sure engaged properly)
tighten mount bolts - remove gear head from end of shaft, start motor and run see if shaft turns ok with some rev s if so
problem is in the gear head
check out website good site
cheers paul hope it helps
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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What make you ask this question?
just check this out, it replaces the orig. head and all of Husq. have bumps unless you change it..
Tanaka head semi auto.
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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